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Because every second counts when you’re flying, you need good food – fast!
So simply look out for the 15 minute menu symbol and you can enjoy a delicious dish served within 15 minutes of ordering.
Ca'puccino, the authentic Italian coffee house, has its first airport store at Heathrow. With a menu offering typical and regional Italian dishes, the mission is to take you on a 'giro d'Italia'.
Ever since we opened our first coffee house in 1997, Caffè Nero has been dedicated to two things: creating the very finest handcrafted Italian coffee and providing a warm and relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy it.
A familiar sight in airports worldwide, this clean-cut seafood counter is a regular haunt for frequent flyers. They come for the speed and reliability of the operation, the light, simple food and the convivial bar set-up. Prices may look a little ‘expense account’, but the Discovery (£38) is a three-tiered salmon feast, easily enough for two. If you’re dashing, pick up one of the takeout boxes; if you’ve time to linger over a glass of Muscadet or house Champagne, there’s table seating. Don’t miss the signature Balik salmon
Caviar House & Prunier is a producer of the world's finest Prunier caviar and Balik smoked salmon. Caviar House & Prunier is recognised as the market leader worldwide for its unique selection process and the high quality of its caviar.
Comptoir Libanais brings a rich taste of the Middle East to Heathrow with its authentic range of Lebanese home-style dishes. Choose from a menu that includes mezze bites, tagines, savoury flatbreads, pastries, cakes and Moroccan bread - all ideal for sharing. Or relax away from the crowds while you enjoy a reviving pot of fresh mint tea .
EAT. create, make and serve fresh food to go. As 2014 MIDAS Award Winners, EAT. take pride in the range of soup, hot pots, salads, sandwiches and drinks, they serve fresh every day. Whether you’re looking to start your day off with a morning coffee, stop for a filling lunch, or get a bit peckish for afternoon tea, EAT. have classics and treats to suit any time of the day. Hungry? Let’s EAT.
You can’t miss the colourful furniture or graffitied walls (or 5m tall Terminal 5 giraffes) of this family- and group-friendly chain. There’s nothing understated about the catch-all global menu either, from the signature Mexican huevos rancheros at busy breakfast times, to Malay noodles, Austrian Schnitzel, ribs and traditional fish and chips throughout the day. It’s also a great place for a hearty superfood salad. Kids are particularly well catered for, with special menus and colouring sheets – Terminal 5 has plane-spotting opportunities galore, too.
A new look Plane Food restaurant opened its doors in August. Following on from the major redesign and refurbishment, diners can enjoy a new Asian bar, where chefs prepare dishes in front of guests in an open kitchen.
As ever, Plane Food offers travellers a unique dining experience before their onward journey out of London.
The cocktail bar will offer a menu of small plate dishes. Children will dine for free in the restaurant as they do in most Gordon Ramsay restaurants.
Plus, get ready for Plane Food's 'Grab and Go' option, a new pre-prepared food offering ensuring that those short of time can still enjoy a Gordon Ramsay dining experience 40,000 feet in the air.
Kids also eat free in the restaurant and can enjoy Matilda Ramsay's Tilly's Treats menu.
The Perfectionists' Café, created by Heston Blumenthal, caters to passengers who want exceptional food quickly. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Perfectionists’ Café celebrates some of Britain's favourite dishes. Fantastic food … fast.
With its handsome dark-wood chequerboard floor and leather banquette seating, Huxleys could pass for a new-wave gastropub, but the menu has no such pretensions. Expect simple compilations of the best ingredients: slow cooked pork belly, old English pork sausages and 21 day aged steak. Thick-cut sandwiches, pie and mash, all-day breakfasts, beer battered fish and chips and sticky toffee pudding continue the British theme. Solo travellers can perch at bar tables, and there are booths for groups of 6-7. It’s also a popular spot for live sports events.
Oriel offers premium French inspired dishes from breakfast through to lunch and dinner, including favourites such as Eggs Benedict, Moules Frites and Ribeye Steak as well as the more luxurious Lobster Thermidore and Truffle Mac n Cheese. Our drinks menu includes an extensive range of cocktails, beers, premium wines and Champagnes, all available by both glass and bottle.
Pret are incredibly proud of their handmade, natural food. Each of their shops has its very own kitchen (or one very close by), meaning they can provide a menu full of fresh, bold ingredients – everything from classic Pret sandwiches, to salads, soups, toasties, wraps and more.
There’s plenty more to discover including a delicious selection of veggie and vegan options (alongside ever-changing Chef Specials and seasonal items), with a whole host of barista-prepared drinks, including organic tea and coffee.
Whether is pizza, pasta or even an all day breakfast – Strada is the perfect stop before your flight to refuel. The airy contemporary space, with views of the open kitchen, offers plenty of casual seating for diners to tuck into favourites like our parma pizza, penne carbonara, seafood risotto or sirloin steak. Beer, wine, cocktails, soft and hot drinks are all available so make sure you visit us before starting your holiday!
JD Wetherspoon has cracked the formula for a busy pub: more than a dozen beers on tap, double-quick service and solid pub grub.
Set over two floors this pub and restaurant takes its design inspiration from Heathrow’s history, including its own ‘control tower’ observation deck offering stunning runway views. Showcase craft beers from Windsor & Eton Brewery, artisan gins and organic ciders are served alongside the award-winning menu.
The Gorgeous Kitchen menu has been designed with the help of four renowned British chefs and aims to give travellers an innovative alternative by offering lighter dishes as well as traditional British fare. Our menu is created using fresh, seasonal produce, handpicked by our chefs.
Quickfire bowls of Japanese noodles and rice are served by smiling staff in the dining room at wagamama. Eat in or take away, all dishes are cooked fresh and served within 15 minutes of ordering. Early start? Try the full English breakfast, granola or porridge.
If you’d rather be close to your gate before stopping for a bite or a final pint, Wetherspoon Express offers that last-chance saloon. A smaller version of its big brothers in the main terminal buildings, the mini-pub serves lagers, ales, spirits and wines along with a simple selection of good-value sandwiches and snacks. You'll find a branch in Terminal 5 (Satellite B).
An all-day global food dining experience from the creators of Giraffe restaurants, with menus that are a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Wondertree offers vegetarian and gluten-free dishes, and delicious speedy food for those in a hurry.
The popular kaiten (conveyor belt) restaurant serves up a delicious menu of Japanese street food and sushi. Enjoy favourites such as Katsu Curry, Teriyaki, yaki soba, a large selection of sushi and sashimi. . Take freshly made items from the conveyor or order hot dishes from the kitchen. There’s also hot and cold take-away food for you to ‘grab and fly’ and a new breakfast menu from 06:00—10:00.
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